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# What is the square root of 468?

## Answer

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###### November 16, 2011 7:45PM

Expressed as a surd in its simplest form, sqrt(468) = 6 sqrt(13). Expressed as a decimal, rounded to two decimal places, this is equal to ±21.63.

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